Lutheran Church of Reconciliation

Find your home port.

Navigating life can be tricky.
We might feel the need to pray the old fisherman’s prayer:
O God, your sea is so great and our boats are so small.
Guide us.

A Congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Wilmington, North Carolina
(910) 686-4742

SUNDAY SERVICES – Outdoors and Online

Outdoors: 10:45 • Online: viewable all week

Worship Update

For the time being, indoor worship is suspended

We will continue to worship online and outdoors! Outdoor service starts at 10:45am.
Please bring your chair and mask. If it rains, there will not be a service that Sunday. 
Adult Sunday School on Zoom will start at 9:30am.
Full details and Covid updates here >

Sharing peace
All Are Welcome

When I came to Reconciliation, I already had a family.
Now I have two.

The word reconciliation means making friends. If you are looking for a place to belong, a safe place to be yourself, a community of friends who care about you, then come check us out.  We’ve got lots going on, and we’d love to include you.


Purpose through Service

At Reconciliation, we are grow through service, worship, and prayer, and are reminded that when our worship ends, our service begins.

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Waiting to be shaped

What's New at Reconciliation

You are so generous

Your belief that God is has lots of important work to do through us — even during these uncertain times — is evident as you are declaring your generosity for next year!

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Faith Formation News

Adult Sunday School, Small Groups, and Sharing the Peace videos. What’s happening in faith formation at Reconciliation Church.

Dr. Perry

The Rev. Dr. Frank C. Perry

The founder of Reconciliation Church in Wilmington, The Rev. Dr. Frank C. Perry, age 96, died on September 5, 2020 after a battle of several weeks with coronavirus.

We are faithing

God’s Work Our Hands

Our church will once again actively participate in a national Lutheran day of serving called God’s Work Our Hands. We will serve our neighbors, both locally and globally, as we share God’s love in very tangible ways on God’s Work Our Hands Sunday Sept. 13.